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Homework and a TV Brain Break

BY ABBY

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Today we all woke up early and tired because of the blustering winds outside of our house. In my family, I'm the one who needs the most sleep, so the morning wasn't too great for me. I downed a cup of coffee and then started on my schoolwork.

For Hannah and me the day was quite productive, as we spent most of it doing schoolwork. I now have half of the fourth section in the fourth module of my Social Studies course left to be completed (sorry if that was a little confusing).

My dad spent a good chunk of his morning finishing a library ebook, as he was scared it would be returned without him finishing. My mom spent her morning, afternoon and evening looking at places for us to stay. Thanks Mom for making sure we aren't homeless.

But my dad did lots of work for our trip as well, and I think for both of them, a little too much. They could barely talk by dinner time because their brains were fried from the stress of planning. Speaking of fried things, that night my mom made some fabulous Chinese/Japanese/Turkish fried rice. I quite enjoyed it.

The evening was relaxing but very enjoyable as well. Hannah and Dad watched another episode of West Wing (their new favourite series), while I showed my mom the first episode of the Amazing Race, which I plan to keep up with this season. After this we all congregated together and watched two episodes of Modern Family followed by another two episodes of the Middle. I know, it sounds like all we do is go on our computers and watch TV, but we also read on our devices... so there.

But I'm grumpy because I need more sleep... so goodbye.

Posted by KZFamily 10:18 Archived in Turkey Tagged turkey kas

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Dear Abby (Grumpy),
I feel for you, when I have some time. Work is hard for you and there is always the fear of homelessness. Poor thing!
I admire you for the concern you have for you parents. Your school work does not seem to suffer. Try to go to bed in time and have a good night of sleep, you will feel a lot better. Opa knows best.

by G.Koning

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